Tag "SMB"

4 benefits of having a website for your small biz

Sanjay Bhatia If you’re old enough, you might remember the time when finding a phone number for any business or service meant thumbing through the three-inch thick ‘Yellow pages’ that came with the telephone directory. That was a time when

PayUmoney’s affordable POS terminal for small biz

NEW DELHI, INDIA: PayUmoney  has launched a POS terminal which promises to connect even the smallest corner shop to the world of paperless payment. As opposed to Rs. 15,000-Rs. 25,000 charged by traditional channels, the PayUmoney POS terminal costs Rs.

Check Point brings security appliances for SMBs

BANGALORE, INDIA: Check Point announced two new additions to the Check Point 700 Series appliances, to address the unique security needs of small businesses. The new Check Point 770 and 790 appliances, together with the 730 and 750, provide advanced

Amazon brings Tatkal seller onboarding service to Mumbai

MUMBAI, INDIA: Amazon.in brings Amazon Tatkal in Mumbai to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) get online and sell on Amazon.in, in less than 60 minutes. Mumbai-based sellers will now be able to sell local offerings like apparels, electronics, books, etc.

Young micro merchants prefer e-payment over cash

BANGALORE, INDIA: A new MasterCard study of micro merchants in India indicates that young merchants in the age group of 35-45 are most likely to adopt e-payment systems. The MasterCard study interviewed micro merchants across India with a view to

India is Twitter’s third largest SMB market in APAC

BANGALORE, INDIA: India is one of Twitter’s fastest-growing SMB markets worldwide and is the third largest SMB market in APAC, after Japan and Australia. The average monthly spend has grown 60% per SMB advertiser. Thousands of Indian SMBs are using

HPE targeting SMBs with affordable solutions

BANGALORE, INDIA: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced new solutions engineered specifically for SMBs, allowing for quick deployment and easy management at every stage of business growth, and are priced within reach of today’s SMBs. “Small and midsize businesses have

How did Chandigarh-based Web design company increase revenues?

GURGAON, INDIA: In a bid to expand its operations, ColdFire Design Studio, Chandigarh-based Web design company was looking for a technology partner to better manage and monitor the accounts of his increasing client base. It signed up for GoDaddy Pro

17 percent SMBs cancelled their cloud contracts last year

MUMBAI, INDIA: It’s time cloud service providers (CSPs) improved their ante or be prepared to perish. As more and more SMBs are turning to cloud and newer mobile applications as a means of business automation, they are turning to their

3 tips to deploy enterprise applications in the cloud

John Yung MUMBAI, INDIA: More than half of US businesses use cloud computing. In the next six years, the number of small businesses using cloud computing will more than double to 80 percent. SMBs are recognizing the flexibility and safety

How life changed for the Mumbai-based SMB after migrating to cloud?

By : Sonal Desai

Sonal Desai MUMBAI, INDIA: DITA Exchange, a structured content management provider for regulated industries, has saved significant costs after moving to the AWS cloud. Dx4—the product is used by customers from global life sciences enterprises to Fortune 500 financial companies. Therefore,

Twitter makes advertising easy for SMBs

BANGALORE, INDIA: Twitter has launched the self-service advertising platform to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in India. Twitter has expanded the platform reach of Twitter Ads globally from 33 countries to over 200 countries and territories. Now, SMBs from India

How is Netcore changing FMCG sector using IoT?

By : Sanghamitra Kar

Sanghamitra With IoT taking over the conventional technologies by storm, every company has been rerouting itself in terms of products, manufacturing etc. Netcore too embarked on IoT journey, but the company played it little different and that was selecting the

GoDaddy helps small business to set up online store at Rs. 999 per month

BANGALORE, INDIA: GoDaddy today launched Online Store for small businesses and entrepreneurs in India. Available at Rs. 999 per month (first year with an annual purchase), the GoDaddy Online Store will help them to deliver a simple shopping and checkout

Digitizing SMBs can create 50 million jobs

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India that use cloud and mobile tools are reaping huge dividends, according to a report released by Deloitte and Google. The report, Connected Small Business: Unlocking India’s Digital Potential, states that

StoreKing’s plan to help more small-town people to shop online

BANGALORE, INDIA: Bangalore based startup, StoreKing, an e-commerce platform provider that enables rural customers to shop online has revealed its plan to expand the services to 100,000 stores in the next 12 months. StoreKing leverages the use of modern low

iKaaz’s mPOS device allows buyers to tap and pay from mobile phones at stores

BANGALORE, INDIA: To simplify the mobile payment process for customers, through their smart phone, mobile payments company, iKaaz brings a Tap and Pay terminal named as “MOWA Wave” for merchants. This stand-alone terminal enables merchants to accept payments without the need

Hawkeye exposed attacking SMBs

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Hawkeye, a keylogger tied to Predator Pain and Limitless has been recently exposed by Trend Micro. Two Nigerian hackers were using the malware to infiltrate SMBs around the globe through holiday themed social engineering techniques—with notable success. “Hackers

Dell brings data protection to backup and recovery appliances for SMBs

BANGALORE, INDIA: Dell Software announced the addition of two new offerings to its DL series backup and recovery appliances. Combining the  Dell’s PowerEdge servers with the power of its AppAssure data protection software, the new Dell DL4300 and DL1000 1TB

SMBs unwilling to spend on mobile device security

BANGALORE, INDIA: Many small-business owners believe BYOD (bring-your-own-device) poses no threat to their company and have no interest in spending effort on mobile device security, while employees themselves think security is the responsibility of the business, a study by Kaspersky